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New project: Dyno Glide electric tracker

I've been thinking about putting together another electric bike for awhile. Since making up Jenna's e-bike, I've found myself riding it quite often - more than I thought I would. It's the perfect transport mode for shortish trips around Auckland, from cruising down to the swimming pool, to meeting friends at a bar in the evening. I still like to ride my road bike on my work commute, however I've found that an almost all other trips where I'd normally take my car, an Uber, or the bus are more convenient on an e-bike.

Unfortunately I still can't find a ready-built e-bikes out there I actually like. Most are either ugly, under powered, or overly expensive. So if I want one, I gotta build it.

I figure that if I'm going to build a new bike, I might as well try out some new techniques, and experiment with new parts, like:

Getting some custom parts fabricatedSpot welding battery cellsUsing high performance battery cellsConverting with a mid-mount, rather than a…

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